Guyer makes diving grab after costly misplay

Indians right fielder allows ball to skip past for triple, then denies extra-base hit

Guyer makes diving grab after costly misplay

TORONTO -- Indians right fielder Brandon Guyer's defensive efforts in the eighth inning of Tuesday's American League Championship Series Game 4 -- a 5-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre that reduced the Tribe's series lead to 3-1 -- brought about a mixed bag.

Guyer took a misguided route on Ezequiel Carrera's one-out line drive that tailed into the right-center-field gap as the ball skipped by him for a triple.

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Guyer did his best to atone on the next play, tracking down a scorched line drive by Kevin Pillar for a highlight-reel diving catch that robbed Pillar of extra bases. Carrera scored on the sacrifice fly for a 5-1 Toronto lead.

Jane Lee has been a reporter for MLB.com since 2010. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.